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How to make sure each wlan user only logs in once ?

Hello,

Today I set up a config with 4 1200ap's and 1 cisco acs for leap authentication and accounting. This works fine.

However I would like to finetune this with the result that each user can only be authenticated once. This to prevent several users from sharing the same user/password.

Is this possible ? What changes are neede in the config of tha ap and acs ??

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Re: How to make sure each wlan user only logs in once ?

There are no configuration options on the AP's to control this, however, ACS is capable of providing this level of control as should be your external DB if you are using one. On ACS number of logins can be controlled at both the user and group levels (MAX SESSIONS). Individual external DBs will have there own method of configuration this, however it will probably be part of a user or group profile.

Hope this helps.

Kevin P Stokes

Principal Consultant

Syntegrity Limited (UK)

www.syntegritylimited.co.uk

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Re: How to make sure each wlan user only logs in once ?

Hello Kevin,

Thanks for the reply. I use an external database, in this case windows nt.

I checked the default group option "sessions available to users of this group " to 1, but this does not has the desired effect...

Regards,

Lex.

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